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‘MARVEL Strike Force’ officially launched in Play Store

In case you somehow missed it, we are getting very close to the release of of a huge MARVEL Avengers movie that claims to be the biggest “crossover” in cinematic history. With so many characters coming together for the theatrical release, it only makes sense that something similar would be done in the gaming market. […]

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Android Pay officially becomes Google Pay

The day is finally here, and Google is dropping the Android Pay brand for Google Pay. The new service keeps pretty much all of the features of the older Android Pay platform, but long term will also integrate Google Wallet features. There are still some things in the pipeline, but we’ll go over what you […]

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Swype, the original swiping keyboard, is officially dead

Who remembers Swype? Back when Android was still booming and exploding with every new release, Swype was the go-to keyboard for anyone that wanted swipe gestures to speed up their typing on the otherwise terrible keyboards of the day. Brings back memories, right? Don’t get too nostalgic, though. Swype has confirmed that they’re no longer […]

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Motorola Moto X4 officially launches, blurs line between mid-tier and flagship

Motorola officially launched the Moto X4 smartphone today and the device may blur the line between devices considered mid-tier and those at the “flagship” level. Inside the Moto X4 contains hardware that is not going to be particularly exciting to anyone. However, on the outside buyers will find features that we typically only see on […]

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Sprint is officially selling the BlackBerry KeyOne

The BlackBerry KeyOne is a very solid Android device, whether or not you care much about that physical keyboard. It offered great performance, excellent battery life, and some key BlackBerry enhancements for productivity and security.  Regardless of how good a phone is, though, it’s going to struggle to gain traction in the US without carrier […]

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OnePlus 2 is officially dated, won’t be receiving Nougat

OnePlus has always championed the phrase “Never Settle,” but if you’re still rocking a OnePlus 2, it looks like you’re going to have to settle for Android 6.0 Marshmallow. According to the company’s support team, the OnePlus 2 is now officially a dated device and won’t be receiving anymore software updates, despite being less than […]

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Samsung’s Gear 360 officially gets released in the US later this month

Did you forget about Samsung’s Gear 360? You’d be forgiven if you did, since Samsung went almost completely silent on the little camera after its announcement with the Galaxy S7. Well, fast forward a few months to the launch of the next Galaxy phone, and the tentative release date for the US version of the […]

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Charm by Samsung activity tracker officially announced by Samsung

Samsung unveiled a new activity tracker, or as they call it a “lifestyle band,” called the “Charm by Samsung” today. Initially the device is being released in Korea, Italy, France and Russia. Other markets will be added soon. Samsung goes for a minimalist design with the Charm, making it appear more like jewelry instead of […]

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